CD Discography

  • Earthly Baroque

    Our Seventh CD has arrived. Order your copy now!

    Featuring a world premiere reconstruction of John Frederick Lampe's Cuckoo Concerto by Artistic Directors Daniel Ryan and Suzanne Stumpf, this recording project also includes our unique interpretations of Vivaldi's Goldfinch concerto, Biber's violin Sonata Representativa, and more!


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    Lampe: Cu'ckoo Concerto
  • Trios and Scottish Song Settings of J. N. Hummel

    Newly Reissued!

    Featuring the world-premiere recording of Hummel's Scottish Song Settings

    “superbly played by this period instrument ensemble and tastefully sung by Pamela Dellal...The care that has gone into both recording quality and the performances on this disc is evident, and is fully recommended.”
    — Early Music Review, England


    “a truly lovely album...well-sung and -played by Musicians of the
    Old Post Road”
    — KDFC Classical 102-1, San Francisco

    “a welcome disc...a polished, articulate imagines that the performers must really enjoy digging into this music”
    — American Record Guide

    “This charming disc by Boston’s Musicians of the Old Post Road rescues some virtually unknown Hummel from oblivion...the eloquent pliancy of [Suzanne Stumpf’s] phrasing is delightful...”
    — Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe

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  • Feliz Navidad: Christmas from Spain and New Spain

    Festive villancicos, cantatas, and instrumental works from Baroque Spain, Catalonia, and Mexico by Ripa, Iribarren, Cabanilles, Soler, Salazar, Jerusalem, and others.

    With vocal soloists Deborah Rentz-Moore, Pamela Dellal, Catherine Hedberg, and Matthew Anderson

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  • The Virtuoso Double Bass

    Groundbreaking debut album, now reissued! Virtuoso Classical music for flute, viola, cello, horns, and double bass

    "This imaginative compilation is given pursuasive currency by the performers, who bring grace and elegance to their period instruments."
    — The Strad

    “superbly played by this period instrument ensemble”
    — Early Music Review, England

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  • Roman Handel

    Works by the young Handel and his colleagues at the court of Benedetto Pamphili, including world premiere recordings of cantatas by Lulier and Bononcini, along with a flute concerto by Gasparini. This recording features soprano Kristen Watson.

    "The preformances are really attractive. The five instrumentalists produce beautifully ripe period playing; and soprano Kristen Watson, with a truly lovely voice and stylish technique, is quite fetching in the cantatas." American Record Guide

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    Handel - Concerto in D Minor
  • Telemann Twelve Fantasias and Other Works

    Aldo Abreu performs Georg Philipp Telemann's fantasias for solo recorder and Telemann's Concerto in E Minor for traverso and recorder with Suzanne Stumpf and Musicians of the Old Post Road. All the selections on the disc are performed on historical wind instruments from the collection of Friedrich von Huene.

    “The combination of Abreu and Suzanne Stumpf is like clover honey, and the music is played with such sweet wistfulness and (where appropriate) happy energy that one can hardly resist. The Musicians of the Old Post Road are terrific here too.”

    —from a review on

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  • Telemann and Bodinus Quartets

    T & B  CDLively and expressive quartets by two masters of the genre.

    "All the works on this disc are played with exemplary freshness and style, and the Bodinus quartets in particular should be heard by anyone interested in exploring lesser-known music from the Baroque era."
    — From a review on


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  • Galant with an Attitude: Music of Juan and José Pla

    Passionate works by two forgotten masters

    “the musicians play with an alluring energy, and the repertoire is irresistible”
    American Record Guide

    “an intriguing disc of trio sonatas by the Spanish Pla brothers...lively and characterful”
    — Early Music Review, England

    “the lively rhythmic invention, the swooning chromaticisms, the formal inventiveness are very seductive...Musicians of the Old Post Road and...La Fontegara...collaborate in scintillating performances of sentiment and sparkle, beautifully recorded.”
    — BBC Music Magazine, England

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